Born in Beijng in 1977, Terence Koh is a Sino-Canadian artist who lives and works in New York. He creates handmade books and ‘zines, installations, performances, photographs, prints and sculptures. In 2003 his participation in Javier Peres’ group show The Whole Family led to his appearance in 2004’s Whitney Biennial, and he has since exhibited and performed internationally, including an exclusive tableau for i-D Live in 2007. Much of Terence’s diverse work involves queer, punk, and pornographic sensibilities, and his activist stance led to his naming as one of Out Magazine‘s people of the year in 2008. The artist toiled under the alias ‘asianpunkboy’ through 2009, but now appears as Terence Koh in flesh and print all over the world.